This calculator gives the profit/loss values for using the spring cleaner to clean every item it affects, in both modes.
- Bonus Experience awarded is listed to exact decimal places, however the experience awarded in-game is rounded down to the previous integer (i.e. a floor function). However, if multiple of the same item are cleaned at once (i.e. condensed into one spring cleaner report), the fractional amounts are considered. All bonus experience values listed are the base experience gained from using the basic spring cleaner, and not any of the upgraded versions
- The value is doubled with spring cleaner 2000, tripled with 3000 and quadrupled with 9000. This multiplication does account for fractional amounts.
- Coins/XP (GE) calculates the value of the bonus experience earned, per experience point, based on selling the item on the Grand Exchange (i.e. using research mode versus not using cleaner). This uses the base bonus experience value.
- Coins/XP (Dismantle) calculates the value of the bonus experience earned, per experience point, based on the value of the materials gained from a successful dismantle (i.e. using research mode versus using dismantle mode). Again, this uses the base bonus experience value.
- Raw Value refers to the coins you actually made by getting the materials and selling them, accounting for the spring - it does not account for the value of the item that was dismantled.
- Price of a spring: 4,026
- Profit (GE) refers to the opportunity profit or loss you made by dismantling the item versus picking the item up and selling it on the Grand Exchange. A positive number means you made more by dismantling than you would've selling on the GE; a negative number means you would've made more by selling on the GE than dismantling
- Profit (Alch) refers to the opportunity profit or loss made by dismantling the item versus picking the item up and casting High Level Alchemy on it, assuming you use a fire-rune-providing staff. A positive number means you made more by dismantling than you would've by alching; a negative number means you would've made more by alching than dismantling. Note that this can be odd with low-value items where the price of a spring is significant to the value: rather than making more profit by alching, you make less loss, or vice versa.
- Price of a nature rune: 421
- If using fire runes instead of a staff, all alchemy profits are reduced by 545 (i.e. add that number to the numbers in the alchemy profit column)